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Can you recommend a pair of toddler scissors?

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TheSurgeonsMate Wed 27-Mar-13 12:13:22

Not simply plastic, I've got those and I wouldn't recommend them.

bran Wed 27-Mar-13 12:23:40

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bran Wed 27-Mar-13 12:26:32

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TheSurgeonsMate Wed 27-Mar-13 12:31:40

Thanks, that's very helpful. And surprisingly cute!

colditz Wed 27-Mar-13 12:33:39

Beryl seem to make really good scissors, but be warned, they do cut hair, so supervise.

colditz Wed 27-Mar-13 12:34:08

BEROL. Not beryl.

TheSurgeonsMate Wed 27-Mar-13 14:37:00

If she can learn to cut anything at all, she's welcome to celebrate by cutting her hair...

cmt1375 Wed 27-Mar-13 14:38:31

Tesco's do some for about £1 that work well

plipplops Sat 30-Mar-13 21:40:16

Yellow Moon/Baker Ross do sets of three with a spring type thing for £2.99 I think, they're really good (and my lefty DD can use them too).

BranchingOut Sat 30-Mar-13 21:48:01

I have been surprised to find that a pair of baby nail scissors actually works quite well and is the scissor of choice for our 3.6 year old.

TheSurgeonsMate Mon 01-Apr-13 20:25:43

Gosh, lots of pretty good value, I can maybe afford to experiment a bit!

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